BOISE -- Hollywood movie maker frank Marshall calls Boise his second home and tonight he is bringing a movie premiere here.
The fourth movie in the "Bourne" franchise is about to hit the big screen.
And tonight, "Bourne Legacy" starring Jeremy Renner will make its Northwest debut in a premier at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise.
It is a fundraiser for the Boise YMCA's new camp.
Marshall talked to KTVB's Mark Johnson recently about why he loves giving back to our community.
"I started coming to Boise in the 70s. I had some high school friends who settled there, and it used to be the place I went to get away from Hollywood to honest, to be around some normal people," said Marshall. "And so it became a way from me to give back to all the people in Boise for all the great times I've had there."
This is the 10th premier Frank Marshall has brought to Boise, others included Seabiscuit, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and all of the Jason Bourne movies.
The "Bourne to Camp" Y fundraiser is tonight at six.
General admission is $35, or you can get VIP privileges for $100.